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Student-oriented and contemporary, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: POWER AND PURPOSE IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS introduces the study of international relations in a clear, accessible style, along with engaging concepts and analytical tools for students and a fully developed pedagogical program for instructors.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Problems and Questions in International Politics|
|The Historical Evolution of International Politics|
|Theoretical approaches: explaining system and state behavior|
|Theories of International Relations: Realism and Liberalism|
|Theories of International Relations: Economic Structuralism Constructivism and Feminism|
|The State Society and Foreign Policy|
|Bureaucracies Groups and Individuals in the Foreign Policy Process|
|International conflict and security|
|International Insecurity and the Causes of War and Peace|
|The Use of Force as a Policy|
|International political economy|
|Fundamentals of International Political Economy|
|The Globalization of Trade and Finance|
|The Problem of Global Inequality|
|The evolving agenda|
|International Organizations and Transnational Actors|
|International Law Norms and Human Rights|
|Emerging Grounds for Global Governance: Crime Health and Environmental Problems|
|Conclusion: Power and Purpose in a Changing World|
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